Physically Augmented Reality? Games

Designed by Shona Kitchen and Ben Hooker, the PSP SSS (Site Specific System) adds another dimension to portable gaming. It consists of a large platform — located in specific places in the city for PSP communities — that contains steel panels which move via pneumatic arms. Video clip after the jump. A panel is then […]

Designed by Shona Kitchen and Ben Hooker, the PSP SSS (Site Specific System) adds another dimension to portable gaming. It consists of a large platform — located in specific places in the city for PSP communities — that contains steel panels which move via pneumatic arms. Video clip after the jump.

A panel is then catapulted away from under their feet, leaving their feet dangling to feel the swirling air and amplified noise of the traffic below. Each player has an additional set of buttons attached to their PlayStation Portable, which allow them to control the panels of their opponents